Khupe flexes political muscle
As the country of Zimbabwe come face to face with the upcoming July 30th harmonized general elections, a total of 23 candidates is said to be vying for the top post.
Only two candidates Thokozani Khupe, leader of a splinter faction of the MDC and the Democratic Opposition Party’s Harry Peter Wilson have gathered the courage to fight for the country’stop post from the second largest city, Bulawayo.
Khupe’s spokesperson Karl Phugeni said there was no doubt that theirs was the party of choice, capable of reviving the country’s fortunes.
“For Bulawayo, all the industrial activity has all of a sudden been vanquished, all we see are churches all over but they are also not thriving because how do you survive when it comes to tithes and offerings in a dead economy,” Phugeni said.
“Khupe’s aspiration for Bulawayo is to open up the industries, create employment, do a skills audit, see where our people are strong so that we can match them with the work. We don’t forget the old, disabled and vulnerable. We will put a social security scheme so that they can be empowered”.
Phugeni concluded to say that no sane person can vote for Zanu PF at this juncture, considering the years of suffering Zimbabweans have been subjected to.
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